Any suggestions for accessories or upgrades to a PRS Zach Myers?

LSchefman

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Let’s not kid around; there are accessories, and then there are accessories!

How about a custom-made English leather strap of the finest quality?

https://www.heistercamp.co.uk/product-category/leather-guitar-straps/

A carbon fiber guitar case?

http://www.carbonfibercases.com/

Perhaps a leather gig bag would be more suitable. Say, from Germany (I’m fond of the buffalo leather nubuck model)?

https://www.accessbagsandcases.com/product-category/access-bags/harvest-fine-leather-bags/

All of my guitars get one of these for picks and capos.

https://www.pinegroveleather.com/Leather-Guitar-Accessory-Wallet-p/pg121004.htm

Maybe you could use a new pedalboard?

https://www.schmidtarray.com/

Or a little something to sit on while you practice guitar?

https://brianboggschairmakers.com/p/sonus-guitar-chair/

There are storage cabinets...and rooms to put them in!

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I’m with Sergio on the cable and amp, too. :)
 

Alnus Rubra

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Hey be nice!

And Les what sort of cheapskate are you £29 for a wallet. C'mon!!;)

Welcome to the forum Daniel, we'd all love to see some photos of your new guitar. There's a wealth of information here, unfortunately its stored inside a bunch of grumpy old men!:p
 

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And Les what sort of cheapskate are you £29 for a wallet. C'mon!!;)

Ah, but they’re very nice, hand made, thick, flexible leather, and Rod Boyes is a sweet guy. A nice little accessory. He also makes a square one that also holds a pack or two of strings.

Nice way to keep picks, capos, and those infernal tiny tools in one place, and not have to dig around for them.

I’m all about useful leather goods!

The Heistercamp straps use by far the nicest leathers I’ve found, though for the USA strap buttons the pull-up leather is literally too thick to fit under the button, the softer stuff they offer fits. The pull-up fits other buttons and strap locks, however. Beautiful stuff. And the aroma! I immediately bought another one for Jamie after mine arrived.

Hoffee’s carbon fiber cases are awesome. Chicago-made; MAPete has one, and that’s what I’d use if I toured. But the leather Harvest bags are the nicest since Reunion Blues stopped their US production.

I want that chair. My wife and I have been disagreeing about it for a long time!

The Schmidt Array is freakin’ wonderful to use. I love mine!

As for that cabinet (and the room it’s in), c’mon. Droolsome.
 

Alnus Rubra

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And one grumpy young man :(

Sorry drdoom I forgot your tender years!;)

Ah, but they’re very nice, hand made, thick, flexible leather, and Rod Boyes is a sweet guy. A nice little accessory. He also makes a square one that also holds a pack or two of strings.

Nice way to keep picks, capos, and those infernal tiny tools in one place, and not have to dig around for them.

I’m all about useful leather goods!

The Heistercamp straps use by far the nicest leathers I’ve found, though for the USA strap buttons the pull-up leather is literally too thick to fit under the button, the softer stuff they offer fits. The pull-up fits other buttons and strap locks, however. Beautiful stuff. And the aroma! I immediately bought another one for Jamie after mine arrived.

Hoffee’s carbon fiber cases are awesome. Chicago-made; MAPete has one, and that’s what I’d use if I toured. But the leather Harvest bags are the nicest since Reunion Blues stopped their US production.

I want that chair. My wife and I have been disagreeing about it for a long time!

The Schmidt Array is freakin’ wonderful to use. I love mine!

As for that cabinet (and the room it’s in), c’mon. Droolsome.

Just teasing, all the things you've shared are quality.

You know my thoughts on the Schmidt Array stuff, heck I had to make a copy because I loved them so much. Had mine out today, putting the little Boogie through it's paces! That OD pedal with the valve in it is so fun.

I'll work on the cabinets after I've finished my bathroom!;)
 

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How about a naturally aged 1950's hinge lidded tobacco tin from your dad's shed to keep your essentials in.

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BTW,
About Heistercamp straps. I've just got one and used it for the first time at last night's gig. Get a soft backed or padded one. The leather on mine is so thick, heavy & stiff it feels like I'm carrying a stack of planks on my shoulder!
 

Alnus Rubra

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How about a naturally aged 1950's hinge lidded tobacco tin from your dad's shed to keep your essentials in.

sJvrFnc.jpg


23xUDCc.jpg




BTW,
About Heistercamp straps. I've just got one and used it for the first time at last night's gig. Get a soft backed or padded one. The leather on mine is so thick, heavy & stiff it feels like I'm carrying a stack of planks on my shoulder!

Nice one on the old baccy tin! Good history.

I bought a Leathercraft Big Softee strap, 3.75 inches wide and really soft! Funnily enough!!
 
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